Program Cntrl Anst I

BAE Systems is seeking a Finance Analyst with exceptional analytic skills to join the Program Finance team. The successful candidate must possess strong financial analysis and problem solving skills, be detailed oriented and able to prioritize and manage numerous ongoing tasks. The selected candidate will provide financial decision support to stakeholders focused on minimizing risk and maximizing return of program profit by managing financial requirements and program execution.

Primary Responsibilities consist of:

  1. Provides tracking, analysis, and reporting of projects of varying contract type, size and complexity. The Project Analyst must have the ability to work independently but in a cross-functional team environment.

  2. Utilizes strong communication skills to interface with Program Management Organization (PMO) team and others including; project managers, technical staff, subcontractors and customers in support of PMO activities.

  3. Responsible project start-up and close-out as well as monthly program revenue, cost management, and profit recognition over the life of a program.

  4. Supports project execution by performing financial analysis and other program support related to the technical and business resources needed to achieve program objectives; includes pre- and post-award project activities from inception through closeout.

  5. Monitors, controls and reports on the status of programs, projects and operation budgets; prepares status reports and other program finance and administrative analysis and reporting.

6.Other duties as assigned.


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